"Refreshing" is the word most often used to describe the music of WIND. This husband and wife duo, Nori and Barbie Kelley, live in the Gadsden, Alabama area. Being songwiters as well as musicians, they have a wealth of original material between them. Their concerts showcase both their songwriting and musical abilities, with Barbie singing, playing flute and percussion, and Nori singing and playing electric and acoustic guitars. Together since 1993, Nori and Barbie also own and operate... Topic: Wind
byFree, E. E. (Edward Elway), b. 1883; Stuntz, S. C. (Stephen Conrad), 1875-1918
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Wind erosion, Wind erosion Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=LY0NAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
We chose Zhurihe wind farm, which is located on SonidYouqi of Inner Mongolia, as our study area. The observationpoints are setted on upwind area, inner wind farm anddownwind area, in order to parallelly observe near‐surfacewind speed within 3m range of wind farm area and discussthe effect of wind farm on near‐surface wind speed. Theresults show that the wind farm consumes wind energy andreduces wind speed of inner wind farm and downwind area.Under the wind speed condition of 1.5‐2.5m/s... Topics: Wind Farm, Wind Speed, Wind Velocity Profile
Gypsy Wind Hailing from the Gulf Coast of Florida and working in a medium of acoustic instruments, Gypsy Wind embodies a new take on an old blend of jazz, swing, bluegrass and folk. Like gypsies traveling on the wind, this versatile band's sound carries its listeners across borders and through time. A musical journey from the Kentucky bluegrass of Bill Monroe to the gypsy swing of Django Reinhardt to the Cosmic American Music of Gram Parsons. To give you an idea of our influences, here is a... Topic: Gypsy Wind
Image L70-7482 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 11/23/70. -- Shop preparing models for testing in 14 by 22-foot Wind Tunnel: The 14 by 22-foot Wind Tunnel is used to study low-speed aerodynamics. Both powered and unpowered models of various fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft are tested in this facility which can be operated as a closed test section with slotted walls or as one or more open configurations when the sidewalls and ceiling are removed... Topic: WIND TUNNELS.
How can we make the most of the wind? In this week's Naked Scientists, we find out how Humpback whales have inspired a new, more efficient design for turbine blades and stall-resistant aeroplane wings and how an inflatable wind generator flies like a kite to extract energy from high altitude winds anywhere in the world. We also hear how a specially-designed wind generator has helped Antarctic-based scientists save 30 thousand litres of diesel. Plus, a simple programme to cut child deaths in the... Topic: Wind Power
With the help of Windtech Consultants you can learn all the effects and changes that wind energy can make and you need to consider such changes before designing or building any structure. Topic: wind tunnel